Kit's Beck Sheringham - Boutique Self-Catering Accommodation, Norfolk

Things to See and Places to Go!

There really is lots’ to see and do in this part of North Norfolk and always something going on.
To book call 07949 161213 or email [email protected]

We have highlighted some of the most popular attractions below, some of which we have visited and some that we are told are well worth a trip. Please do let us know when you discover somewhere that you believe would be enjoyed by our other guests and we will add it to the list.


Watch out for road-signs advertising the local antique fairs or fetes – they are often quite good fun!




Priory Maze Tea Rooms and Gardens
Walkable in about 10 minutes from Kit’s Beck are these beautiful natural gardens and traditional hedge maze. Built adjacent to the ruins of Beeston Priory, there is a really good tea rooms and a great plant centre. We often pop here for a coffee or some lunch on a Sunday – well worth a visit.


Sheringham Golf Course
Beautiful 18-hole golf course set right on the cliffs overlooking the sea and the steam railway. Weekend and 1 day memberships available for non-members.


The Mo – Sheringham Museum
Take a look at Sheringham’s historic lifeboats and learn more about Sheringham’s history and its people. Open daily from 10am.


Splash Leisure Centre
Featuring a 25m pool, a wave machine and a 150ft waterslide, this is a great place to spend a wet day (literally!). There is a soft-play area for younger children, a gym and fitness classes.  They also have badminton courts. and follow the links to the Splash Leisure Centre.


Sheringham Park
Designed in 1812 by Humphrey Repton, this National Trust Woodland Gardens is home to over 30 different types of rhododendrons. There are guided walks and wildlife trails and occasional events. Dogs are welcome on a lead.


Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary
Spend a day surrounded by rescued animals at this wonderful animal sanctuary in West Runton. Lots of things to see and do with regular displays and lots of animals. Dogs are welcome on a lead.


Sheringham Little Theatre
A wonderful arts venue with regular professional and amateur live performances. The Theatre operates a professional summer repertory season and in autumn and winter screens popular films on a Tuesday and Thursday evening.


Poppy Steam Railway
A little bit of history here in Sheringham,  the Poppy Steam Railway run regular steam trains between Sheringham and Holt and have lots of special events throughout the year, including a tremendously popular 1940’s weekend where everyone gets dressed up! They also do regular Dinner trips, Sunday lunches etc and a Christmas Santa train ride, with presents for Children and Sherry and Mince Pies for adults. This is entirely manned by volunteers. We can highly recommend this, even just for a trip to Holt.


A bit further afield


Felbrigg Hall, Park and Gardens
Beautiful National Trust 17th century Hall set in 520 acres of formal gardens and parklands. Brasserie and Tea Rooms, enormous second-hand book shop and occasional events. Dogs are welcome on a lead.


Seal Trips from Blakeney
A wonderful opportunity to see these lovely creatures up close and personal. Available all year round (wrap up warm in winter!).


Sandringham Estate
The Norfolk retreat of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, the house, estate and country park is open to the public every day of the year. Fabulous farm shop and a nice restaurant using produce from the estate.


Cromer Pier and the Pavilion Theatre
History suggests there has been a pier (or jetty) in Cromer since 1381, though the present pier was built in 1901. The Pavilion Theatre hosts a number of events, not least a regular,  traditional end-of-the-pier Summer Seaside Special billed as an ‘all singing, all dancing extravaganza!’.


Cromer Cinema
A four-screen cinema located on Hans Place in the centre of Cromer with daily screenings from 1pm.


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